Production Management and Business Development: Proceedings of the 6th Annual International Scientific Conference on Marketing Management, Trade, Financial and Social Aspects of Business (MTS 2018), May 17-19, 2018, Košice, Slovak Republic and Uzhhorod, Ukraine, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Production Management and Business Development

Proceedings of the 6th Annual International Scientific Conference on Marketing Management, Trade, Financial and Social Aspects of Business (MTS 2018), May 17-19, 2018, Košice, Slovak Republic and Uzhhorod, Ukraine, 1st Edition

Edited by Bohuslava Mihalčová, Petra Szaryszová, Lenka Štofová, Michal Pružinský, Barbora Gontkovičová

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Trends in economic development rely on increasing human knowledge, which stimulate the development of new, sophisticated technologies. With their utilization production is raised and the intent is to decrease natural resources consumption and protect and save our life environment as much as we can. At the same time, increasing pressure is observed both from competition and customers. The way to be competitive is by improving manufacturing and services offered to the customer. These are the major challenges of contemporary enterprises. Organizations are improving their activities and management processes. This is necessary to manage the seemingly intensifying competitive markets successfully. Enterprises apply business-optimizing solutions to meet new challenges and conditions. This way ensuring effective development for long-term competitiveness in a global environment. This is necessary for the implementation of qualitative changes in the industrial policy. "Process Control and Production Management" (MTS 2018) is a collection of research papers from an international authorship. The authors present case studies and empirical research, which illustrates the progressive trends in business process management and the drive to increase enterprise sustainability development.

Table of Contents

Competitiveness at regional level: Managerial and institutional impact

V. Andryshyn, V. Serzhanov & O. Butusov

Regional aspects of the development of municipal waste

M. Bačová & M. Stričík

Mineral planning policy and investment mining projects in Slovakia

V. Bauer

Neuromarketing for evaluating new technologies in marketing management

J. Berčík, J. Paluchová & J. Gálová

Trends in FDI inflows in manufacturing support services

A. Bobenič Hintošová

The SCP paradigm: Theory and findings in manufacturing support services

T. Bobenič & M. Bruothová

DrawDown as method of portfolio risk selection

I. Brezina & I. Brezina Jr.

Measuring country risk of Slovakia from the economic view

K. Čulková, A. Csikósová & M. Janošková

Management of earth’s mineral resources—lithium’s case

J. Dvořáček, R. Sousedíková, Z. Matyášová & T. Vrátný

Economic aspects of Aeronautical Collision Avoidance System operations

M. Džunda, P. Dzurovčin & D. Čekanová

Data, information and bounded rationality

L. Falát & J. Dubovec

Analysis of the efficiency of airport operations

J. Ferencová

The employee benefits in the manufacturing enterprises

B. Gontkovičová

Trends of agrarian trade of the Slovak Republic with third countries

M. Hambálková & A. Vakoš

Corporate sustainability and human resources

Š. Hronová

Constraints in making investment decisions in Polish enterprises

K. Chudy-Laskowska & M. Jankowska-Mihułowicz

Production planning and production management based on the ERP II system

M. Iskra

Basis for practical financial performance evaluation of enterprises

J. Janičková & A. Lisnik

The concept and methods of staff development in enterprises

M. Jankowska-Mihułowicz

Startup support in Slovakia and European Union

M. Janošková, K. Čulková & D. Hrehová

Learning management systems

J. Kádárová & J. Kobulnický

Factors retaining R&D employees in high technology enterprises

K.E. Kamińska

Performance management—discussion to key performance indicators

J. Klučka & A. Kelíšek

Analysis of the CSR reports from pharmaceutical companies in Poland

H. Kruk

Sport and healthy lifestyle support as a part of CSR

V. Kunz

The position of aviation startups on the European innovation market

D. Liptáková, E. Jenčová & Z. Šusterová

Economic crime in Slovakia

J. Lukáč, M. Freňáková & O. Kmeťová

Sustainable CSR. The case of physically disabled employees

M. Maciaszczyk & M. Rzemieniak

Innovative activity in Poland

P. Marzec & G. Krawczyk

Information processing by computer-based simulators

S. Mildeová

Social counselling to families in Slovakia

A. Novotná, V. Révayová & A. Žilová

Participation of the Armed Forces in crisis management

M. Ostrowska & S. Mazur

The living standard of the inhabitants of the Carpathian Euroregion

T. Piecuch, K. Chudy-Laskowska & E. Szczygieł

Supply chain management sustainability

M. Pružinský & B. Mihalčová

Post-truth—a new trend in marketing management

M. Rzemieniak & M. Maciaszczyk

Soft management factors and organizations—outcome of research

A. Rzepka

Large-volume collection of municipal waste

M. Stričík, M. Bačová & M. Čonková

Tender procedures and offers evaluation criteria, polish and EU law

E. Szafranko

Invention process modelling to assess innovation performance

P. Szaryszová & L. Štofová

Social acceptance of retailing on Sunday in Poland—results of surveys

A. Szromnik & E. Wolanin-Jarosz

Modelling supplier risks in Slovak automotive industry

L. Štofová & P. Szaryszová

Managerial approaches to the sustainability challenges of cultural tourism

M. Tajtáková

Indebtedness of selected enterprises with regard to sectoral aspects

M. Taušová, L. Domaracká, M. Shejbalová Muchová & P. Tauš

Economic aspects decisive about entry into the global alliance

I. Vajdová, S. Szabo & S. Szabo Jr.

Using of neuromarketing in communication with young consumers

J. Wyrwisz

Knowledge acquisition by manufacturing firms in European Union countries

J. Wyszkowska-Kuna

About the Editors

Bohuslava Mihalcová is full time professor and she chairs the Department of Management of the Faculty of Business Economics of the University of Economics in Bratislava with seat in Košice. In 2001 and 2008 she earned her 1st and 2nd PhD degree and in 2008 she was titled university professor. She is an author of monographs, textbooks, scientific and professional articles. Most of them are registered in Scopus and WOS databases. She focuses on the management, quality, innovation, planning, business performance and sociology. She prepared and implemented several research projects. She chairs Annual International Scientific Conferences since 2013.

Michal Pružinský is full-time professor at the Department of Commercial Entrepreneurship of the Faculty of Business Economics of the University of Economics in Bratislava with seat in Košice. He was awarded a doctor degree in 1983. He is associate professor since 1987 and university professor since 1999. He chaired departments and was called up for positions such as: Vice-dean, Vice-rector and Rector of the Military Academy. He wrote various monographs and textbooks. He visited several universities in Europe and abroad. He focusses on operational research, economics of defense, and strategy. He is well known as a speaker at dozens of international scientific conferences. He acts as the chairman of the Program Committee of International Scientific Conferences MTS.

Barbora Gontkovicová is assistant professor at the Department of Commercial Entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Business Economics of the University of Economics in Bratislava with seat in Košice. She received her PhD in 2013 at The Faculty of Economics of the Technical University of Košice. She is co-author of monographs and several scientific articles, several of them are registered in Scopus and Web of Science databases. Her research is focused on business environment, labour market, employee remuneration in enterprises, and marketing management. She participated in several research projects and was the chairman of the Organizing Committee of the International Scientific Conference MTS 2014 and vice-chairman of the Program Committee of International Scientific Conference MTS 2018.

Petra Szaryszová works as assistant professor at the Department of Management of the Faculty of Business Economics of the University of Economics in Bratislava with seat in Košice, where she earned her higher education and later a PhD degree (2012) and currently works as Secretary of the Department. She is co-author of monographs and textbooks and author of scientific articles registered in Scopus database. She focuses on management, management systems, quality, etc. She prepared several research projects and was the chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 4 International Scientific Conferences, ESPM 2015 and MTS 2016-2018.

Lenka Štofová is assistant at the Department of Management of the Faculty of Business Economics of the University of Economics in Bratislava with seat in Košice. She earned her PhD in 2016. She is author and co-author of scientific papers registered in Scopus database. She focuses on management, management systems and enterprise planning, etc. primarily with focus on the automotive industry. She participated in the preparation and realization of research projects (e.g. young scientists). She was a member of the Organizing Committee of the International Scientific Conference ESPM 2015, and vice-chairman of three International Scientific Conferences MTS 2016-2018.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS027000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Finance
BUS042000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management Science
BUS058000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Sales & Selling